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Motor News Weekly is interactive talk radio at its best, giving listeners all over North America the opportunity to share their love and enthusiasm for automobiles by giving them the opportunity to talk with experts directly. Motor News Weekly is pedal to the metal fun format, and hosted by the #1 Automotive Radio personality in America, Bob Long. Bob has been a professional broadcaster for over 30 years.

Motor News Weekly delivers experts from all consumer and enthusiast publications and websites featuring veteran automotive host, Bob Long in the driver’s seat. Motor News Weekly combines unbiased opinions and coverage of automotive events world wide. The show also features weekly test drive reviews, motor sports news, automotive business coverage and delivers the most up to the minute automotive news in the industry.

Radio and automobiles have been lifelong passions for host, Bob Long. His enthusiasm for cars started as a child collecting auto magazines and memorabilia. His love for broadcasting began in grade school and led to a radio career starting at age seventeen. Long is the former producer and host of Motor Trend Radio, Motor Trend Radio Magazine, Motor Trend Weekend, AutoWorld and Car Crazy radio programs.

Motor News Weekly will feature the latest information on selling new and used cars, looking at the latest new cars from Detroit, Europe, and Asia and will feature expert advice and opinion’s from the automotive industry’s leading journalists, writing for national automobile enthusiast and consumer magazines. The show will also feature interviews with the leading experts in collecting and restoring antique and classic automobiles, along with interviews of automotive engineers and product planners on getting the inside track on upcoming technological innovations, direct from the manufacturers.

Schedule

Su 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Portland Mayor Wants to Eliminate Criminal Backround Checks on Job Applications [VIDEO]

Not only that, but Mayor Charlie Hales wants to put in place a $10K tax credit for companies that do hire former felons. (Video courtesy of Daylight Disinfections on YouTube)

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Oregon's Health Plan now covers numerous gender reassignment surgeries
Oregon's Health Plan now covers numerous gender reassignment surgeries (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
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What is “Intersex Surgery?” Oregon’s Health Plan Now Covers It

Intersex surgery is how the Oregon Health Plan (Obamacare) classifies a variety of gender "reassignment" surgical procedures.

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Crime Stoppers Seeking Walla Walla Woman -Facing Variety of Charges

Information can anonymously be reported to Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers.

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Gov. Inslee proclaims Moment of Loudness for Fri-Sat-Sun at noon
Gov. Inslee proclaims Moment of Loudness for Fri-Sat-Sun at noon (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)
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Gov. Inslee Proclaims a “Moment Of Loudness” Friday, Saturday, Sunday by Seahawk Fans

Gov. Inslee issued an official proclamation Thursday,  calling for all Washington state Seahawk fans to join him in a Moment of Loudness this weekend.

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Tri City Americans want your input in their Breast Cancer tribute video
Tri City Americans want your input in their Breast Cancer tribute video (Tri-City Americans- John Allen)
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Be A Part of Tri City Americans Video to Fight Breast Cancer and Honor Those Affected

Do you know someone who's battled, or dealing with breast cancer? Maybe a friend, family member or loved one? Here's a chance to pay tribute to them and help fight breast cancer.

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Senate considers major change to minor abortion law
Senate considers major change to minor abortion law (Washington state legislative website)
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Landmark Abortion-Related Bill Considered in State Senate

The bill, SB 5289, has a hearing Monday, February 2nd in Olympia.

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Richland police make arrests in shooting
Richland police make arrests in shooting (Townsquare media image)
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Arrests Made in Richland Shooting Incident

Richland police have apprehended two teens in connection with a shooting that left bullet holes in one of the units in the Alyson Manor Mobile Home Park on Mahan Street in Richland.

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Mid Columbia businesses to be hurt by Inslee tax plan
Mid Columbia businesses to be hurt by Inslee tax plan (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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Gov. Inslee’s Carbon Tax Plan Would Squeeze Mid Columbia Ag Companies

Gov. Jay Inslee is intent on fighting global warming and has proposed a enormous $12 billion plan to battle pollution and would "punish" the top 130 entities his experts say are pumping carbon into the atmosphere

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Should Washington state be divided to create a 51st state?
Should Washington state be divided to create a 51st state? (Washington state legislative website)
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Citizen Launches New Campaign to Divide Washington Into TWO States

A Western Washington man, citing excessive government over-reach and a growing mistrust of political leaders, is proposing to split Washington in half.

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Bill would abolish death penalty in WA state
Bill would abolish death penalty in WA state (Photo by Mike Simons/Getty Images)
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Bill Introduced to Abolish Death Penalty in Washington

Two measures, House Bill 1739 and Senate Bill 5639, would replace the death penalty with life in prison without possibility of parole. It would also require the defendant to work in prison with the money generated being given as restitution towards the victim's families.

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